When customers are custom screenprinting t shirts
with a one color design, I recommend using a navy ink on light shirts and white on dark shirts. This doesn’t work in all cases, but in most cases the navy ink on light color shirts just gives the custom t-shirt
a little color. Most people are used to seeing a black print on light colors, but this is dull and can become kind of boring. Let us jazz up you custom t-shirt
with a navy print. Any budget can afford a one color print and now it doesn’t have to be boring. Just take the navy and place in some halftones and before you know it you custom screenprinted logo
will look like a masterpiece.
If you have questions contact one of the custom t-shirt artist at www.bendershirts.com
and they will assist you in getting the best looking design possible for the least amount of money.
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